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Topic # 79638 20-Mar-2011 12:01
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Can anyone tell me how the femtocell connects to your router?  I haven't been able to get hold of one yet but the local store told me I needed a new modem because of the connection (although they didn't ask which modem I already had!).

As a second question (which I did ask in the other thread) does anyone know if there are any more coming as they're currently sold out?  Or even where else I can get one from?

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  Reply # 450017 20-Mar-2011 12:13
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It's a standard ethernet connection. Vodafone were supplying free modems with them so they could do QoS on the connection.

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  Reply # 450022 20-Mar-2011 12:24
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Thought as much.

Just need to find one now!

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  Reply # 450037 20-Mar-2011 13:48
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They will be back in stock this week

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  Reply # 450040 20-Mar-2011 13:50
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johnr: They will be back in stock this week


Excellent news, thanks John, any idea which day?.

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  Reply # 450489 21-Mar-2011 20:26
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johnr: They will be back in stock this week


Back in stock now but the $99 offer isn't on any more :(

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  Reply # 450530 21-Mar-2011 22:00
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you can get them working with other routers. In my case though, it took quite a bit of stuffing about, and assistance from Vodafone (I didn't even do anything 'wrong' as such)

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